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Alphonse Little Poplar – A voice from Saskatchewan’s Residential School history

Alphonse Little Poplar – A voice from Saskatchewan’s Residential School history

It’s important to all Canadians that voices from the Canada’ Residential School past are heard. Alphonse Little Poplar, 1921-1989, was born on the Sweet Grass reserve, near Battleford.
Wide Mouth Mason and The Sheepdogs headline Jazz Festival

Wide Mouth Mason and The Sheepdogs headline Jazz Festival

The 34th SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, after a year-long wait, returns this summer with four headlining artists that includes Juno Award winners Wide Mouth Mason. The festival, cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is set from Aug.
Five wildfires of concern to northern communities

Five wildfires of concern to northern communities

The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency highlighted five wildfires as being threats to communities. Steve Roberts, vice-president of operations for the agency, provided an update to media on July 15. He said there were 129 active fires.
July 13 COVID-19 update: No deaths, 27 new cases, 47 recoveries

July 13 COVID-19 update: No deaths, 27 new cases, 47 recoveries

Vaccines Reported An additional 2,419 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 1,307,065.
USask expanding medical program at Regina campus to include first-year students

USask expanding medical program at Regina campus to include first-year students

Saskatchewan medical students will soon have a new option to complete their four-year education entirely in the Queen City, as the University of Saskatchewan is preparing to expand its program at the Regina campus very soon.
NDP, Regina restaurant owner calling on Sask. gov’t to extend pandemic offsale licences

NDP, Regina restaurant owner calling on Sask. gov’t to extend pandemic offsale licences

The Saskatchewan NDP and Regina restaurant owner Josh McLean are calling on the provincial government to extend temporary offsale licences granted to restaurants during pandemic closures, after pulling them on short notice last week.
Wildfire update: Dillon residents evacuated to North Battleford

Wildfire update: Dillon residents evacuated to North Battleford

Now 103 active fires as of Tuesday
July 9 COVID-19 update: One death, 1,273,245 vaccines, 36 new cases, 57 recoveries

July 9 COVID-19 update: One death, 1,273,245 vaccines, 36 new cases, 57 recoveries

Vaccines Reported An additional 12,678 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 1,273,245. Over half a million Saskatchewan residents are now fully vaccinated.
CurlRegina to host 2022 men’s provincial Tankard championship first time in 30 years

CurlRegina to host 2022 men’s provincial Tankard championship first time in 30 years

Officials gathered at the Cooperator’s Centre in Regina Thursday to announce that the SaskTel Tankard provincial championship will be returning to the Queen City in 2022.
July 8 COVID-19 update: Larger new case number due to outbreak at Hatchet Lake

July 8 COVID-19 update: Larger new case number due to outbreak at Hatchet Lake

Vaccines Reported An additional 13,314 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 1,260,567. Over half a million Saskatchewan residents are now fully vaccinated.